Donate Subscribe
March 7, 2014

NT Chief Minister endorses CASSE Booklets

The CASSE Team was delighted to receive a letter from Adam Giles, the NT Chief Minister, endorsing the booklets published by CASSE’s Aboriginal Australian Relations Program […]
August 28, 2013

Suggested reading before the forum…

The August edition of ‘InPsych’, the Australian Psychological Society’s bimonthly bulletin, focuses on ‘Psychological Perspectives of Racism’: www.psychology.org.au/publications/. Timely reading in the lead-up to CASSE’s ‘Reconciliation […]
July 9, 2013

Gang Girls – Girls Gone Wild

by Pamela Nathan, CASSE Aboriginal Program Director Re: James Brickwood’s article in the Saturday Age (Good Weekend) on 6 July 2013 “Gang Girls – Girls Gone […]
June 27, 2013

Two-Way Justice in the Northern Territory: Potential for the way forward

by Margaret Nixon The place of Customary Law and White Law is a contentious and divisive issue within countries where Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people coexist. The […]
May 29, 2013

Now it’s about ‘bringing indigenous into the fold’

by Pamela Nathan, Director, CASSE’s Aboriginal Program RE: The Age, Monday 27 May 2013 Last weekend saw Michael Long set off on the first leg of […]
March 26, 2013

A Developmental Approach to Mentalizing Communities

by Margaret Nixon I came across this article by Twemlow, Fonagy and Sacco some time ago and it is one I often recommend to people who […]

Teaching in children’s first languages boosts learning theage.com.au/education/teac… via @theage

About 3 weeks ago from CASSE Australia's Twitter via Twitter Web Client